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  • n. a eukaryotic protein complex with functions related to vesicle trafficking, leading to a role in exocytosis

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  • Finally, positioning and function of the Crb-complex is also regulated by the exocyst complex subunit Exo84 and by membrane recycling driven by the endosomal small GTPase Rab11

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  • Combined with published data, these observations indicate that mycobacteria are unique among amoeba-resistant bacteria, in residing within the exocyst.

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  • Electron microscopy observations show that, three days after entrapment into A. polyphaga cysts, all MAC members typically resided within the exocyst.

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  • Another complex found by us, the exocyst (and its component EXCO7), is missing in MSP, although it was observed on mitotic spindles by immunofluorescence and is required for the completion of cytokinesis

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  • Adamson CL, Valdez G, Guo W, et al. (2004) The mammalian exocyst, a complex required for exocytosis, inhibits tubulin polymerization.

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  • Chen XW, Inoue M, Hsu SC, Saltiel AR (2006) RalA-exocyst-dependent recycling endosome trafficking is required for the completion of cytokinesis.

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  • Previously, we showed that ICR1 interacts with AtSEC3A exocyst complex subunit and that ROPs can recruit ICR1-SEC3 complexes to the plasma membrane

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  • Plants have an evolutionarily conserved exocyst complex [40] that based on mutational analysis was implicated in regulation of polarized secretion, cell morphogenesis, and patterning

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  • E (2005) SEC8, a subunit of the putative Arabidopsis exocyst complex, facilitates pollen germination and competitive pollen tube growth.

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